Understanding the Parts of an Oven

Get familiar with your oven parts and how they work.
Check your owner’s manual for model-specific information.

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1. Broil Element

Provides direct heat on top of your dish when broiling

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2. Oven Rack

Can readily transition to any rack position

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3. Bake Element

Provides the main source of heat from the bottom of the oven

Oven lightbulb icon

4. Light Bulb & Assembly

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5. Convection Fan

Circulates air to help even temperatures throughout the oven

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6. Fan Blade

Part of the convection fan to help create airflow

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7. Convection Baffle

Encases the convection fan

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8. Hidden Bake Tray

Protects the bake element from spills and drips

Maytag Owners: Find Your Oven Replacement Parts

Find the Maytag® wall oven and range replacement parts you need, or visit Maytag Product Help for additional support to keep your oven at peak performance.

A view inside an oven

Shop Parts Inside the Oven

Exterior oven parts including knobs and pull handles

Shop Oven Door/Exterior Parts

Maytag 10 Year Limited Parts Warranty


All Maytag® wall ovens and ranges are backed by a 10-year limited parts warranty2 on the oven elements and cavity, as well as the glass cooktop or cooktop burners, oven burners and cast-iron metal grates.


See what Maytag has to offer and zero in on the right range for you.

Learn about the benefits of cooking with either convection or conventional.

Learn about the differences between gas and electric stoves to find out what you need.

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1. Twice the life testing based on average use.

2. Visit maytag.com for warranty details.